+nfa Posted March 12, 2006 Share Posted March 12, 2006 Hi, I've been thinking about placing a cache that would end with a physical container hidden in a cave. I was thinking of doing this one as a podcache, after using some GPS coordinates to get you to parking, and through one or two other stages. The entrance to the cave requires a little scrambling to get through the firs t50 or so feet and into the main chamber. Beyond this the cave gets more technically challenging than I imagine most geocachers are interested in, so the container would be in the main chamber. It's a beautiful hike to the cave, the entrance is veiled with a couple of rare(ish) species of fern, and the cave itself has some interesting formations and erosional features. My questions are: would you seek/avoid a cache ending in a cave is it reasonable to insist that visitors bring a hardhat and flashlight there are some cool (and safe) sinkholes nearby, would you climb down to hunt for a stage Anyone with experience with this sort of cache, either as a hider or seeker, I would appreciate your imput especially. Thanks, Jamie Quote Link to comment
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